Brown & Black ~ I-Kyu & Sho Dan
Increasing your level of Understanding, Developing Fluidity, Creating More Lead, Applying Nerve Pressure Points, Seeing Applications as Extensions of Your Classical Technique, Japanese Name Equivalents (at this point you need to begin learning the Japanese names for our techniques so that you can converse with others aikidoka across the aikido spectrum).
3rd Set Wrist, Handshake, Over the Back Throw, Pull Down from the Rear, Reverse Palms Lift Up, Two Hand Lift Up, Two on One, Two Hand Wheel Throw, Two Hand Grip from the Rear Throw to the Front, Two Hand Grip form the Rear Throw to the Side
Unbendable Arm Against the Kick, Scoop Against the Kick, Twist the Ankle Against the Knee, Scoop, Slap to the Side of the Head, Pull Head Down from Underneath the Arm, Arm Over Shoulder, Pivot Over the Back, Back Breaker, Bear hug Throw
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The cornerstone of the Art of Nihon Goshin Aikido is the idea of the 50 Classical Techniques.
Study Group Leaders Can Access Video Information On Each Classical Technique presented in Belt Order through the Student Resources Section on Sensei John Carter’s dojo website www.cartersacademy.com/studentresources/ Please contact him directly to receive your user name and password for access.
The “Why” behind the Classical Technique ~ Using First Wrist Technique as an example.